Hotel rooms come in all shapes and sizes, depending on what you able to spend. As real-estate space becomes increasingly difficult to acquire, particularly in larger cities, many hotels are looking to create space-saving alternatives to the traditional full size hotel room.
If you are travelling on a budget, or just want to try something different for your next holiday, we have rounded up some of the smallest hotel rooms in the world.
Eh’häusl, Amberg- Germany
With just 53 square metres of floor space, this tiny hotel has enough room for just two people and has held the Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest hotel since 2008.
City Hub – Amsterdam
Here you can stay in your own sleeping “Hub”, complete with a two-person bed and Ipod docking station. Toilets and showers are shared, but the room does come with colour-changing mood lighting.
Das Park Hotel – Germany
Open in both Ottensheim and Bottrop, these hotels offer travellers the chance to stay in their very own repurposed drainage pipe, equipped with double bed, storage, power outlets and linen. The hotels operate on a “pay what you can” system”, making them an affordable travel option.
Green Plaza Shinjuku – Tokyo
Japan is famous for developing the micro-sized capsule hotel, and this is the most famous. Here guests are offered a place to sleep or have a massage, with a comfy little capsule containing bedding, internet and power.
Yotel, Heathrow Airport – London
Inspired by first class air travel, the Yotel was created as a small but luxurious cabin space. The standard cabin has two bunk beds, a small work space, tv, shower, sink and toilet.